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's stability is at risk because of the president's absence. hugo chavez has been in cuba since early december for cancer treatment. church leaders support the opposition view that the presidential inauguration must take place on january 10 or the constitution will be violated. >> it is clear in the text of the constitution that on the 10th of january, the term of the current president expires and a new one begins, for which hugo chavez was reelected. the october elections last year would've been pointless if a new government term was not voted on. the goal of this conference is not to intervene publicly in the interpretation of the constitution, but in this case the common welfare of the country and the defense of ethics is at risk. to manipulate the constitution to reach a political objective is morally unacceptable. >> it's been a for your weeks since the president was last seen in venezuela. his presence can still be felt on the streets of the capital caracas. >> for these people, street art is a way to get a political message out. that's why these days they want this to be present on ever
of president hugo chavez who remains in cuba. the supreme court has ruled that chavez can take his oath of office as a late -- his oath of office at a later date when his condition has improved. big celebrations are getting under way in the venezuelan capital in support of the ailing president with several other latin american leaders attending events. >> chavez won a comfortable victory for a fourth term despite his health problems. later on, we will talk to a latin-american expert to talk about chavez and his government, but right now, a car bomb has exploded close to the defense ministry in tel aviv. at least four people have been injured. police believe the bombing is a criminal act and not one linked to palestinian militants. >> it is thought the target was the head of a notorious israeli mob. a motorcyclist was seen attaching an explosive device to a vehicle in which the man was believed to be sitting. he has already survived eight previous assassination attempts. the irish government has called on the european union to ease terms on its multi-billion euro bailout loan. the irish
a month since people in venezuela have seen or heard hugo chavez. people have not seen a picture or heard a phone call from the president. there are lots of rumors and speculations going around. the minister of communications announced the president was suffering from a severe lung infection. this week, the president received a visit in havana from the vice president, the president of the national assembly, and his older brother. for many, this is an example of the gravity of the situation. many wonder whether the president will be back for his inauguration on january 10. there is a debate going on about what will happen in this country. hugo chavez is alive but not able to come back. the opposition demands to know what kind of cancer job as house, where it is located. they want to travel to havana to confirm the president's health. this attention will probably increase on saturday, when the national assembly convenes its legislative leaders. >> tens of thousands of fatah supporters have been celebrating its anniversary. hamas allow the event to go ahead, despite ongoing tensions between
president hugo chavez missed his own inauguration due to his help. he remains in cuba for more surgery for cancer. it is not yet known when he will be fit enough to head back home. venezuela's supreme court ruled the inauguration can take place at a later date, much to the annoyance of the opposition. let's speak to an author and historian who knows hugo chavez well and has and the view him on many occasions. has a president ever before in venezuela missed his own inauguration? >> it is totally new territory. >> he is seriously ill. some commentators suggest he is gravely ill and might never return to venezuela. is it legally allowed, according to the constitution? is it acceptable in terms of telehealth? >> yes, the constitution itself says and absolutely nothing about the time in which the president is inaugurated at the elections -- they took place last october. the inauguration was supposed to be today. i would imagine for a month or so after that, everybody would be perfectly happy. he is still president. just not in conditions to be president. >> the election he one by 11 points
delayed the inauguration of cancer-stricken president hugo chavez. >> this is essentially a power play. behind that secrecy there is nothing but an attempt to ensure the continuity of the regime regardless of president chavez's presence. >> woodruff: and with five oscar nominations, we examine the controversy surrounding one of the most talked about new films yet to see a nationwide release; "zero dark thirty," about the hunt for osama bin laden. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: as unemployment, growth and budget concerns continue, the man who will
: we turn now to venezuela, where president hugo chavez was supposed to be inaugurated for a new term today but was instead out of the country. ray suarez has more on the reason for and controversy surrounding his absence and the future of his political movement. >> reporter: thousands of supporters descended on the presidential palace in the venezuelan capital, caracas, today, chanting and waving flags in a show of support for their ailing, absent president. venezuela is a country of 29 million people, an oil exporter subsidizing energy-hungry poor countries, like cuba and haiti. and it sends 800,000 barrels of oil a day to the u.s.-- its number one customer. president hugo chavez has led the nation for 14 years. his third term expires today. he won re-election in october and was supposed to be sworn in again today for another six years, as the constitution requires. but chavez suffers from aggressive, reoccurring cancer, hasn't been seen in public in a month and was too sick to return to venezuela from medical treatment in cuba. >> the illness of the president has been treated like
hugo chavez's inauguration is legal. they decided he doesn't need to be sworn in to start a new testimony and cat can not be declared absent. the supreme court said his minister should continue uninterrupted and inauguration will be held at a later date. they postponed today's inauguration of hugo chavez allowing him to recover from cancer surgery in cuba. the constitution states the new president must take office by january 10th. they will allow chavez to recover before taking office. lori: who is running the government? melissa: fox business contributor phil flynn of price futures group is in the pits of the cme. phil, the real news is the inventory report. i see goose lien moving lower after a bearish report that showed gasoline supplies swelled. >> i think bearish was an understatement. it was a flood of gasoline. we saw gasoline supplies surge by 7.4 million barrels. holy smokes! that is three or four weeks worth of gasoline all at one time. that put inventories at a 22-month high. that came as demand for oil products overall fell to a 11-month low. we're seeing pressure on
the day that hugo chavez was sworn in as the venezuelan president. his supporters took to the streets of the capital, and the controversial figure has led the oil-rich company since 1999. he remains in hospital after having cancer surgery. >> he said his absence would promote a constitutional crisis, a power vacuum. this was their response. legions of supporters converged to declare that he was there. for he is the people, and they are him. >> the message is that whatever is happening, the revolution is alive and well. and here to stay. >> this is where his power lies in the shantytown. he has spent the oil wealth on welfare, health care, housing. they love him for it. there is something religious in the devotion he inspires. i have a lot to thank him for, she told me. the president gave me an apartment. he swept to power 14 years ago promising a socialist revolution and offering himself as a global alternative to capitalism. he challenged u.s. power and made friends with enemies. among the educated middle class, he is profoundly unpopular, hated by many and even feared. that oncologi
decided to postpone the inauguration of ailing president hugo chavez. the president had surgery last month for recurrence of cancer. officials say a respiratory infection will keep him hospitalized for some time. vice president maduro says chavez can be sworn in by a later date by the supreme court. january 10th is the deadline. chavez has appeals to venezuelan to back maduro as successor if he cannot continue as president and a new election is called. >>> prime minister shinno abe has -- the council on economic and fiscal policy is one of his two key pillars of his economic plan, along with a new task force to revive the economy. he chaired the first session of the council which reopened on wednesday after over three years of suspension. the financial minister, and bank of japan governor and four specialists from the private sector also took part. >> translator: in this panel we will discuss key policy matters to revitalize the japanese economy. i hope the members will draw up an outline of the government's economic and fiscal policies by the middle of this year. >>> as a first step to re
is expected in venezuela later after the supreme court ruled the inauguration of hugo chavez could be postponed. the delay is necessary because the president is recovering from cancer surgery in cuba. but opposition has condemned the ruling and wants to know just how sick chavez is. from caracas -- >> a highly anticipated announcement, reaffirming the venezuela government position. >> of january 10 a new constitution period begins, a new swearing-in ceremony is not necessary for whom go chavez to be elected by virtue of the fact there is no interruption in the exercise of his duties. >> for weeks, the government and -- [no audio] 10 years the supreme court has traditionally sided with the government, so the latest ruling came as no surprise. on wednesday, they also said for now it is not necessary that a medical commission clarified the president's health, something the opposition here has been demanding for a very long time. >> the figurehead of the opposition who lost to chavez in the last election asked his followers not to react with protest or violence even if, like him, they
condition of president hugo chavez recovering from cancer surgery in cuba is more serious than previously thought according to a top venezuelan official. >> translator: after the delicate surgery on december 11th, chavez faced complications as a consequence of a severe pulmonary infection. it requires him to strictly follow medical treatment. >> reporter: meanwhile venezuela is steaming are speculation. >> translator: sometimes it looks as if the president is well and other times not so much. honestly, we don't know what to believe. everyone is living in incertainty. >> reporter: the president left his country on september 10th for cancer surgery in cuba. he hasn't been seen in public since, but the vice president hawaii talked about complications, and that worries many venezuelans. >> translator: chavez is a strong man and a fighter. his party is not my party, but as a human being one can't wish somebody else something the sc technology minister has been trialing to quell the negative speculation. the medical team has explained to us that president chavez's condition is stable, but with
happens if hugo chavez and no longer lead. ear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've got nine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. >>> welcome back, everyone. believe it or not, slavery still exists, very much so. it's here in the united states. and very much in existence around the world. christian students met in atlanta to push a global movement to end it. jim clancy tells us about their cause. >> reporter: more than 60,000 young christians from around the country and around the world held candles aloft in the frosty air. their own faces shined back at them from a massive cube set up outside the georgia dome. faces of those who have pledged to light up the world and put an end to human trafficking in their lifetimes. >> slavery is trapped in dark places all over the world. it's trapped here in atlanta. in the shadows. it's in the shadows in mumbai india. it's in the shadows in cam bode yo. it's in the shadows around the world in brothels and factories. 60,000 student
right now on hugo chavez. let's get to our international correspondent michelle caruso-cabrera. >> it's official. hugo chavez will not be sworn in as the leader of venezuela on january 10th as it was supposed to occur. he's still in havana being treated for cancer. the story goes as follows. the vice president says -- of venezuela says he's either spoken or received a letter from chavez saying the doctors won't permit him to go to the inauguration and doctors asked that they delay the inauguration and this could very well set off a constitutional crisis in venezuela. the opposition is going to say this is not allowed. why do we care? second largest reserves in the world when it comes to oil. the biggest in the western hemisphere. they have got refineries actually right here in the united states. they supply 8% of our supply in any given year. just because he's sick or just because he's not inaugurated doesn't mean we get that oil but any instability certainly raises question about supply. maria, back to you. >> michelle, thanks so much. we'll keep on it. michelle caruso-cabrera. meanw
where they photo shop world leaders kissing. here is the president kissing hugo chavez. which . . . okay. and then the president kissing tao. this is wrong not because
newsroom." hugo chavez is fighting for his health interesting way of putting it according to venezuelan officials. the 5-year-old leader has a severe lung infection. his fragile health has a lot of people wondering whether he will be able to go through with his inauguration next week. moments ago, venezuelan lawmakers elect elected a president of that country's national assembly. joining me is senior latin affairs editor rafael romo. this national assembly election is really crucial. tell me about it. >> it is crucial because it ensures continuity. those people who are loyal to president chavez at least have the certainty that whatever happens and there are two possibility scenarios either the vice president or the president of the national assembly in this case the man who was just re-elected, would have to step in in the case that president chavez is unable to take office. now, he's scheduled to take office next thursday, january 10th. and the constitution spells out a coup of different possibilities. they're already talking about flexible plans, postponing that inauguration fur a lat
that the situation surrounding their president hugo chavez is becoming quite serious. a lung infection is not so under control and it is now severe and used the term respiratory insufficiency. he is being treated in cuba where he went december 10 for cancer surgery. he is to be sworn in for a second term in office in just six days so that part is looky somewhat iffy. jill dougherty is live with us at the state department. those are reports that sound pretty dire. has it taken a while to get this information even out to the people of venezuela? >> there are people in venezuela who say they are not being told the full truth. if you read what the government people are saying and also just general information it looks pretty bad. i mean, mr. chavez has been treated for cancer for at least two years and now the prognosis does not look good. and that is what is bringing his possible imminent demise but also the confusion because he is not in venezuela. he is in cuba as you noted. that makes it really complicated to get sworn in again. and so that is a problem. and then you add on to this kind of odd q
, the latest from venezuela on president hugo chavez. we should get new information about his health in the next few days. >>> yards from the border with turkey, thousands of refugees are bracing for a cold and unforgiving winter. they have to pump byrne the trash to stay warm. as nick paint walsh found out, some children are digging out their own bomb shelter. >> reporter: they fled this far, almost to safety in turkey, but still they dig. to these boys dragged fast into manhood, it's not really a game. it's an air raid shelter. we make it so if the jets come and bomb us, he says, we put children here to hide them. but of course, we will make it much bigger for 20 to 30 people. the holes are so they can see outside when the bombs come, although they have already seen so much. we were sitting suddenly and the rocket comes, making this noise, he says, a big explosion, an artillery shell. here, 8,000 of them fled everything they had, hoping for something, but finding the new free syria could give them little. 100 yards from turkey, they are not allowed into its bustling camps. of cours
sign of listening. >> today should have been the day that hugo chavez was sworn in as the venezuelan president. his supporters took to the streets of the capital and the controversial figure has led the oil-rich company since 1999. he remains in hospital after having cancer surgery. >> he said his absence would promote a constitutional crisis a power vacuum. this was their response. legions of supporters converged to declare that he was there. for he is the people, and they are him. >> the message is that whatever is happening the revolution is alive and well. and here to stay. >> this is where his power lies in the shantytown. he has spent the oil wealth on welfare, health care, housing. they love him for it. there is something religious in the devotion he inspires. i have a lot to thank him for she told me. the president gave me an apartment. he swept to power 14 years ago promising a socialist revolution and offering himself as a global alternative to capitalism. he challenged u.s. power and made friends with enemies. among the educated middle class, he is profoundly unpopular hat
, venezuelan president hugo chavez is supposed to be inaugurated tomorrow but he's still sick in cuba. what now? the first video of google executive chairman eric schmidt in a north korean computer lab. michelle, good morning to you. >> that was my typo, computer lab there, carl. let's start with venezuela, where we are waiting any moment now for the venezuelan supreme court to decide whether or not it is constitutional to delay the inauguration tomorrow of hugo chavez. that is what he has supposedly asked for. that's what the parliament there agreed to do. i say supposedly, because we haven't seen him in nearly a month. there's been no proof of life. he is in cuba receiving cancer treatment at this point. could bring on a constitutional crisis in venezuela, because the constitution there says you're supposed to have an election within 30 days. if the winner cannot actually be inaugurated. we'll see what happens there. we'll show you what's going on with venezuelan bonds. they're widely held with a lot of fixed-income portfolios. look at that, nearly 9%. when hugo chavez first got sick, venezue
behind it. details after this. >>> why you should care that hugo chavez won't make it back to venezuela in time for a scheduled swearing-in. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high praise. volt received the j.d. power and associates appeal award two years in a row. ♪ oh, hey mike. what are you up to? oh, just diagramming this accident with my state farm pocket agent app. you can also get a quote and pay your premium with this thing. i thought state farm didn't have all those apps? where did you hear that? the internet. and you believed it? yeah. they can't put anything on the internet that isn't true. where did you hear that? [ both ] the internet. oh look. here comes my date. i met him on the internet. he's a french model. uh, bonjour. [ male announcer ] state farm.
with serious health issues. what this means for hugo chavez and his government. also here in the u.s., the gun control debate. a house democrat, a vietnam veteran and gun owner, talk ts about possible regulation. then at 3:00 eastern, a plane goes down off venezuela, a fashion executive is missing. the latest on the search for vittorio missoni.>>> good-bye, l cliff, hello debt ceiling cliff. i'm ali velshi. your elected officials ready to push america over the edge of the cliff. >>ly not have another debate with this congress over whether or not they should pay the bills that they've already racked up through the laws that they passed. >> well, yes, you will, mr. president, and very soon. democrats and republicans are set to clash again over raising the u.s. debt ceiling. let me tell you back in the old days the u.s. had a system where every time a bill involving money was passed the treasury had to raise money for it by issuing bonds. the debt ceiling law was established to give the u.s. treasury the flexibility to borrow money without going to congress to get approval every time a bill was p
.s. state department is wishing president hugo chavez a quote, speedy recovery from his latest bought with cancer. he has been in poor health since undergoing cancer surgery in cuba last month. >>> iraq's oil crisis intensifying. kurdistan is exporting crude to global markets through turkey without permission from iraq's central government. officials in baghdad called the exports illegal. an oil payment dispute broke out between the two governments in december. >>> mastercard said its u.s. gasoline demand slipped to the lowest level since it began tracking data in july of 2004. that is so interesting. drivers purchased $7.82 million barrels of gas last week, down nearly 3% year-over-year. are we carpooling? is the economy bad? all questions. >>> all right. going, going, gone. super bowl tv ad slots are sold out!, sold out, selling for a record $4 million a pop. what should companies do to make sure their commercials aren't a total bust? a top marketing expert gives us his insight next. >>> plus florida prepares for a huge python hunting contest, i can't wait, in the everglades. i'm pu
'm thinking hugo chavez, who's going to be running the country, he's not well, why do you like this? >> first, venezuela's own fundamentals, you know, it's a socialist country. they waste a lot of money, but they have cheap oil, and they have a lot of it. so their ability and willingnesses to pay -- ashley: always there. >> yeah, it's always there, and spreads are generous. ashley: so you're not concerned about unrest, you know, political issues and unrest in general? >> well, you know, we're definitely watch events as they occur, but there is a chance that if there's a regime change, it could be good for the country, and that would really help our bonds. ashley: corporate asset classes, what are we talking about? >> we love em corporate asset class this year. they lagged a little bit the sovereigns last year, i think they're really going to do well. we like a little bit of, i mean, investment grade and high-yield both, we love russian corporates across the board. they offer generous spreads compared to their counterparts -- ashley: interesting, yeah. >> turkish banks. ashley: turkishbacks. >
's hugo chavez's inauguration. this as the opposition party steps up calls for the careta r caretaker. at the same time, bonds have rallied on speculation that a government transition could soon be under way. joining us with his thoughts, neal sherring. good to see you. >> good morning. >> what is going to happen in venezuela? >> i think it's very difficult to say with any precision as to what is going to happen next. i think what we can say is the expectations that we're going to get somehow a smooth transition for the current socialist@administration to a more market friendly administration, i think they're going to be disappointed. wa we've seen in the world over the past few years, is these transitions, when they do happen, are rarely smooth. there's always bumps along the way. i think actually if you look at the rally we've had in bond yields, as the bond markets -- >> down to five-year lows. >> down to five-year lows, but they start to sell off over the past couple of days. and i think that reflected a growing sense of the market that things aren't going to be quite as smooth. >
:35. the inauguration of hugo chavez has been postponed. he's recovering from his most recent cancer surgery. he's had complications. chaves was due to the sworn in tomorrow but officials say he will have to be sworn in at a later date. he's recovering from a severe respiratory infection after his cancer surgery. opposition leaders say postponing the inauguration violents the constitution of swen. swen-- of venezuela. >>> 8:35. this morning, water service is back to normal at alta bates summit medical center after a pump plumbing problem lasted several hours. an alert was issued yesterday afternoon about 1:00. that means water could only be used for urgent patient care. elective surgeries were postponed as a precaution. water service was restored shortly after 5:00 last night. >>> this morning -- a congressman announced introducing more cancer research. she will be joined by the actor of pat frick swayze who lost his battle in 2009. this morning's press conference will take place at stanford hospital in palo alto at 10:00. >>> curb cafes are popping up in the south bay. soon you will be able to eat me
the border. >>> don't know if hugo chavez will be sworn in next week. he has suffered severe lung infections. the government says he's being treated for a respiratory deficiency. he suffered complications after his fourth cancer surgery in havana, cuba next month. >>> look what happened at this demonstration in santiago, chile. it turned violent. hooded protesters threw molotov cocktails at two bank offices and started small fires. they were marking the fifth anniversary of the death of a young indian. he was shot in the back by a police officer during an attempt by the indians to reclaim farmland that they say belonged to their ancestors. that police officer who killed that indian was sentenced to three years in prison. >>> 8:41. changes could soon be coming to food safety rules. what the fda announced just minutes ago in an effort to reduce deaths related to food- borne illness. >>> and the reason thousands of tiny lights are being installed as we speak upon the bay bridge. ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ] ♪ no more paper anything. safe
. >>> in venezuela officials say president hugo chavez has a severe lung infection and is "fighting for his health" right now. despite rumors that the 58-year-old won't be able to be inaugurated to his fourth term next week, the vice president says chavez can always take the oath at a later time. >>> famed italian designer i haver toia -- vitoria mussoni and his family went missing in a plane friday morning shortly after takeoff over the lo los roquez islands. the family has been informed while search and rescue efforts continue. >>> new details emerging about the fatal gang rape of a 23-year-old medical student in me to delhi. a horrific crime that led to protests in india. the victim's male friend who was also attacked is speaking out for the first time about this. here's what he told reuters. >> translator: from where we boarded the bus, they took us around for two, 2 1/2 hours, across overpasses, through all of delhi. then they dropped us below an overpass. then they tried to run over us. we had no clothes. >> so far, five men have been charged with murder, rape, and kidnapping in this case. t
a house. still don't have a word on injuries. other stories. hugo chavez is battling what is called a severe lung infection. the infection could be very serious because chavez's immune system is weakened from cancer. the president has been hospitalized in cuba since undergoing cancer surgery more than three weeks ago. >>> and an amazing story of recovery coming out of london three months after being attacked by taliban gun men malala is being discharged. she was shot in the head for speaking out advocating education for pakistani girls. the 15-year-old now an international symbol of courage. an amazing story of recovery there. >>> his term in the house is over but barney frank could be back on capitol hill. the lawmaker told msnbc he asked to be appointed as a temporary senator if john kerry becomes secretary of state. frank says he wants to be a part of the looming battle over the debt ceiling but says he has no interest in running for the position permanently. >>> let's see if you can spot the difference between the two photos. one of the photos released by nancy pelosi's office a
. >>> the washington post with hugo chavez bedstricken and battling cancer. the u.s. is working to make inroads. american diplomats are preparing for a post-chavez venezuela while trying to make progress with the drug-trafficking infrastructure and growing relationship with iran. >>> "usa today," the fda will consider heavier regulation for the popular painkiller vicodin which has for years seen widespread abuse. the d.e.a. recommended it be classified with other heavily used drugs like oxycontin. patients who need vicodin could increase the number of times they have to visit their doctor by limiting the number of pills that can be prescribed at each visit. >>> "the chicago tribune," president obama's acceptance of corporate donations from companies like at&t at the inauguration marks a shift. the paper writes, quote, the relaxed rules reflect how obama has largely dropped his efforts to curb the role of money in politics because he once vowed to make central to his presidency. >>> with us now, the chief white house correspondent with "politico," mr. mike allen with a look at the "playbook." go
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